Roxbury Twp, Dane County, Wisconsin
Submitted by Kathy Waddell, Jul 26, 2005 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 13.
Location: Off Highway 12 north of Springfield Corners on Collins Road. Directly across from large white
(needs paint) farmhouse back in the woods. Entrance marked by 2 cement markers. On east side of road.
This cemetery is on private property and permission should be granted by the property owner, located directly across the
street from the cemetery, to visit it. Permission was granted to us, by Mrs. Collins on Jul 23, 2005, to survey the cemetery.
cemetery is unkept and in the woods. Several stones are broken and only located by moving brush. We compared our findings with the State
Historical Society of Wisconsin records, which showed that recently only one stone was still left standing. We found 7
stones, only one can be seen from the road.
Emily Fichter and I visited this cemetery on Jul 23, 2005.
- Kathy Waddell
??, ??, b. Sep 16, 1866, d. May 12, 1872, stone broken, name gone
??, ??, d. May 20, 1883, stone missing
Hahn, Frederick, b. 1815, d. 1892, s/w Julia Hahn
Hahn, Julia, b. 1833, d. 1921, s/w Frederick Hahn
Hillesheim, Magdalena, b. Mar 12, 1804, d. Jan 18, 1888, stone missing
Ladwig, Christian, b. Feb 20, 1819, d. Oct 21, 1881, stone in pieces
Paetz, Carl, d. Apr 12, 1879, 84y 14d
Schwaner, Carl, b. Nov 12, 1826, d. Jul 9, 1911, father
Schwaner, Hermine (Ehrcke), b. Feb 21, 1826, d. Feb 23, 1896, mother, s/w Carl Schwaner
Schwaner, Louis, b. Sep 15, 1863, d. Aug 13, 1889, s/w Carl Schwaner
Schwaner, Marie, b. Nov 13, 1851, d. Jul 3, 1859, s/w Carl Schwaner
Truehl, Carl, d. Dec 4, 1886, 86y 8m 6d, s/w Mary Truehl
Truehl, Mary, d. Aug 27, 1910, 78y 5d, s/w Carl Truehl
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